As President Jacob Zuma prepares to deliver his 2016 State of the Nation Address we look at some of the highlights of the 2015 speech.
Governments across the world are working hard on ensuring that diseases that affect their citizens are combatted.
Born in Klerksdorp on 7 October 1931, Desmond Mpilo Tutu was the second of four children of Zacheriah and Aletta Tutu.
The World Economic Forum was founded in January 1971 in Davos, Switzerland, as a not-for-profit Foundation. The headquarters’ is in Geneva.
The South African National Blood Service is urging people to continue donating blood, especially as we are approaching long Easter weekend.
In this week’s wrap we take a look at Tuberculosis Day. South Africa joined the world to mark the day on Tuesday.
This week Science Wrap looks at – Experimental Ebola drug by China; Tuberculosis among grade One learners in SA and the disappearance of Dugong in our seas.
One of the major challenges that confronted the democratic government was the rapid rise in HIV. Women bore a disproportionate brunt of the epidemic.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka writes about the importance of investing in healthcare for Africa.
Lack of HIV programmes targeted at people with disabilities are the main cause of the spread of the pandemic within disabled communities.